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Author:Charlie Sorrel
  There’s some confusion as to what the RAW photo format actually is, and, like any good photographic fact, it can incite forum flame wars as quickly as the mention of the words Leica and Bokeh [Bokeh (from the Japanese boke , "blur") is a...
Saturday, 24 May 2008 | Read more
Author:Hans Durrer
In April 2008, the International Herald Tribune (IHT) reported that a photo exhibition in Paris — "The Parisians under the Occupation" — put on view for the first time 270 colour photographs of daily life in the French capital during World War...
Sunday, 18 May 2008 | Read more
Author:Charlie Sorrel
    So few film cameras were sold in Japan in the last two months that the trade body CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) has stopped compiling sales figures. According to Amateur Photographer, only 529 35mm film cameras were...
Friday, 02 May 2008 | Read more
Author:Randy Kennedy
  The phone call was routine, the kind often made before big auctions. Sotheby’s was preparing to sell a striking rust-brown image of a leaf on paper, long thought to have been made by William Henry Fox Talbot, one of the inventors of...
Wednesday, 02 April 2008 | Read more
Author:The British Journal of Photography
  Canon is investigating fresh claims of camera faults, this time affecting the top-of-the-range EOS 1Ds Mark III camera.   Photographers have been documenting instances where a scene appearing straight in the viewfinder leans up to one...
Monday, 04 February 2008 | Read more
Author:The Wall Street Journal
  HONG KONG -- It turns out that train tracks in Tibet aren't where the antelope play.   Earlier this week, Xinhua, China's state-run news agency, issued an unusual public apology for publishing a doctored photograph of Tibetan wildlife...
Saturday, 02 February 2008 | Read more
Author:Norimitsu Onishi
Tokyo — Until recently, cellphone novels — composed on phone keypads by young women wielding dexterous thumbs and read by fans on their tiny screens — had been dismissed in Japan as a subgenre unworthy of the country that gave the world its...
Sunday, 20 January 2008 | Read more
Author:The New York Times
  related article about Radiohead's album "In Rainbows"   Los Angeles — In a twist for the music industry’s digital revolution, “In Rainbows,” the new Radiohead album that attracted wide attention when it was made available three...
Thursday, 10 January 2008 | Read more
Author:Fred Vogelstein
  It was a late morning in the fall of 2006. Almost a year earlier, Steve Jobs had tasked about 200 of Apple's top engineers with creating the iPhone. Yet here, in Apple's boardroom, it was clear that the prototype was still a disaster. It wasn't...
Wednesday, 09 January 2008 | Read more
Author:John Moore / Getty Images
  "Benazir Bhutto, she was always known for her white head scarf, and I thought that showing the head scarf from behind and with all the people on the background, it would be evident who it was.   She was very emotional during this...
Saturday, 29 December 2007 | Read more
Author:Shahidul Alam
She may well have been the best leader available. With a military dictator and a corrupt businessman as the alternatives, Benazir Bhutto, with her western admirers and her feudal followers, was clearly a front-runner. How she died will probably...
Saturday, 29 December 2007 | Read more
Author:Digital Photography Review
The US Department of Transportation has announced new safety rules relating to the storage of rechargeable Lithium batteries when flying to, from and within the USA. The new restrictions, effective from January 1st 2008, dictate that loose Lithium...
Friday, 28 December 2007 | Read more
Author:The Onion
  Stockholm - 2007 was an extraordinary year for former vice president Al Gore, who received the highest honors in both film and humanitarianism for his tireless efforts in creating a visually pleasing, hour-long slide-show presentation using the...
Tuesday, 18 December 2007 | Read more
Author:Guilherme Maranhão
Very likely you already seen a photofinish image, either of a horse track or from the Olympic Games. They all look alike, the background is usually of a single color and seems stretched with a bunch of athletes or horses as they cross the finish...
Saturday, 24 November 2007 | Read more
Author:Pilar Jiménez
  Exhibition is held at the Guangdong Contemporary Art Museum   The present diversity and vitality of Contemporary Mexican photography can be seen in an exhibition with 450 images of 45 different photographers, brought together for the first...
Thursday, 22 November 2007 | Read more
Author:Aventurina King
    Zhang Muye is a thirty-something office worker who shows up to his Chinese investment company on time. Yet to millions of Chinese fans, he is the author of "Ghost Blows Out the Light", an internet novel viewed more than 6 million times...
Thursday, 04 October 2007 | Read more
Author:Geoff Boucher and Chris Lee
  related article about Radiohead's album "In Rainbows"   The great riddle facing the record industry in the digital age has been pricing. Napster and its ilk puckishly offered music for "free" in the late 1990s, and the major labels have...
Tuesday, 02 October 2007 | Read more
93. TrueGrain
Author:Grubba Software
  TrueGrain is a pro-grade tool for accurately recapturing the aesthetics of black and white film with digital photography.   With TrueGrain, you can:   - Accurately recapture the aesthetics of particular film stocks—including...
Friday, 24 August 2007 | Read more
Author:Shahidul Alam
  It was nearly twenty years ago when I had written this. After one of my first photojournalistic assignments:   What does one photograph to depict a flood? A submerged house, a boat on a highway, people wading in water?   As we boated...
Wednesday, 22 August 2007 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
    Photographers of the majority world unite! Friends, please take a minute to visit majorityworld.com, a database of images by photographers of the developing world. The idea is to create a website where photographers from developing...
Monday, 20 August 2007 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
    At ZoneZero we are pleased to announce the selection of 12 of our galleries by the Siggraph 2007 curating committee to be part of the ZoneZero gallery at this year's Siggraph Annual Conference in San Diego. The work of the selected...
Sunday, 19 August 2007 | Read more
Author:Incisive Media Investments
  In a landmark case, JK Rowling, author of the phenomenonally successful Harry Potter series, has lost a privacy battle against one of the world's biggest celebrity agencies, writes Katie Scott. JK Rowling has lost her bid to win a High Court...
Friday, 17 August 2007 | Read more
Author:Picture New York
      Dear friends, please take the time to read the petition of fellow photographers and filmmakers whose right to photograph in public space is threatened by a new set of rules currently under consideration in New York City. The...
Monday, 13 August 2007 | Read more
99. Nueva Luz
Author:En Foco
    En Foco and Nueva Luz   En Foco is a non-profit organization that supports contemporary fine art and documentary photographers of diverse cultures, primarily U.S. residents of Latino, African and Asian heritage, and Native Peoples...
Sunday, 12 August 2007 | Read more
Author:BBC News
    The growing problem of accessing old digital file formats is a "ticking time bomb", the chief executive of the UK National Archives has warned.   Natalie Ceeney said society faced the possibility of "losing years of critical...
Monday, 16 July 2007 | Read more

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